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Jade

New Member
#2
Sorry guys, attempt one failed, Bruce has been doing this computer stuff for 40 years and actually understands what he is telling me to do.
 
#3
neat list there are a few on there that I don't already use. I am hoping to add tarragon, witch hazel, and valerian to my herb garden this year
 

Jade

New Member
#7
I was trying to get it to present as the handout that I gave at this presentation. It was done in Microsoft Word, but I am going to have to do some more research in how to make it look the same as it did in Word.
 
#8
Oh my oh my that I can't offer any advice on. I will keep watching to see your progress though I am trying to get more ideas for culinary herbs and herbal teas.
 

Jade

New Member
#10
Maybe I will leave the first link up there, if you guys print it off it will be easier to read. Sure simpler than me trying to figure out how to transfer a word file. I loved researching this presentation. I would attempt Bob's advice on how to present a power point presentation, but you guys don't need the pictures.
I have some other good presentations on Gorgeous Grasses and Perennials, as well as some on outstanding annuals. I will try to play around with this a bit so that I get more comfy with it.
Since I am not employed right now it makes me feel like I am doing a bit of giving back.
 
#11
Jade I could use to know about grasses. Bill likes them and always wants to plant them in my gardens and I know nothing about them other then they dont fit my plans. I did buy him a corner grass garden last year and it didn't grow very well.
 


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